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  • Season ticket sales going well

    THE sale of season tickets at Yeovil Town are still going strong - a club spokesman revealed this week. Season ticket prices are as follows: MAIN STAND: Adults - £250; Senior Citizens - £207; Under-16s - £83. BARTLETT STAND: Adults - £227; Senior Citizens

  • Tickets for Chard friendly available at Huish Park

    SUPPORTERS wanting to attend Yeovil Town's pre-season friendly at Chard Town on July 16 can buy tickets from the Glovers' Huish Park stadium. Chard, as reported in last week's Yeovil Express, are looking to attract a bumper crowd with the hope that many

  • YTISA travel details for Rochdale

    THE Yeovil Town Independent Supporters' Association is making preparations for the Glovers' opening day in the Football League by running coaches to Rochdale for the club's first ever fixture in the Nationwide League Division Three on August 9. Tickets

  • YTISA has thrown in the towels!

    THE Yeovil Town Independent Supporters' Association has kindly donated 30 towels to the club to be used by the players during the forthcoming season.

  • Club mascot hoping to do Yeovil proud in big race

    YEOVIL Town's very own larger-than-life mascot, the Jolly Green Giant, is currently limbering up in readiness for this Saturday's annual charity mascot race at Chepstow Racecourse. The Jolly Green Giant, who came a disappointing last in the 2002 event

  • Back to work

    YEOVIL Town boss Gary Johnson said this week that it was 'great to be back' in business with the players returning to pre-season training following the summer break. And Johnson was delighted that they had come back healthy, in shape and 'raring to go

  • No room at the inn

    YEOVIL Town have announced that they are looking to install a marquee-style supporters' bar at Huish Park. It comes following news that the existing bar -- used by fans -- on the 'top floor' of Huish Park will become a 'no go' area with the club looking

  • Playing in Europe

    YEOVIL Town's opening match of their tour of Belgium and Germany tonight (Friday) is ON - despite suggestions that the game may be cancelled. Club press officer Adrian Hopper revealed this morning that officials from Sporting Lokeren were actively searching

  • Hogg and Broad not taken on tour

    BRISTOL Rovers man Lewis Hogg and former Plymouth Argyle midfielder Joe Broad have not joined Yeovil Town on their four-match tour of Belgium and Germany. Both Hogg and Broad were at Huish Park earlier this week for pre-season training, but were not among

  • Admiral backs D-Day anniversary call

    PRESIDENT of the British Friends of Normandy organisation has backed a call made by Yeovil MP David Laws to have the 60th anniversary of the D-Day Landings next year properly commemorated. Admiral Sir Desmond Cassidi, who lives near Langport, wrote to

  • Admiral backs D-Day anniversary call

    PRESIDENT of the British Friends of Normandy organisation has backed a call made by Yeovil MP David Laws to have the 60th anniversary of the D-Day Landings next year properly commemorated. Admiral Sir Desmond Cassidi, who lives near Langport, wrote to

  • Maternity boost for Yeovil

    MATERNITY unit staff at Yeovil Women's Hospital are delighted to announce the arrival of a £760,000 refurbishment scheme. The 35-year-old building - which stands behind the main Yeovil District Hospital - will have windows replaced on the north and south

  • Views split on vote to ban hunting

    THE hunting debate has been boiling over in Somerset this week, leaving communities divided. Hunts which meet across Somerset and Exmoor have accused the Government of making a personal attack on country people, who they believe may be at threat of losing

  • Views split on vote to ban hunting

    THE hunting debate has been boiling over in Somerset this week, leaving communities divided. Hunts which meet across Somerset and Exmoor have accused the Government of making a personal attack on country people, who they believe may be at threat of losing

  • Looking for old photographs

    Yeovil Town FC is on the lookout for photographs of former players from the club's 108-year history. Plans are afoot to decorate the main lobby of Huish Park with one picture from each of the club's years in existence. This dates back as far as their

  • Fans asked to sponsor a goal

    Anyone wishing to sponsor a goal scored by the Glovers in the 2003-04 season should contact commercial manager Dave Linney on 01935-423662 ext 202.

  • Fans name their 'Dream Teams'

    YEOVIL Town supporters have been giving the Express their Glovers Dream Teams from the Nationwide Conference years of 1997-98 to 2002-03. The Express asked fans last week to name their top Yeovil Town X1 with players who have donned the green and white

  • Hooped shirts are ON SALE

    YEOVIL Town's new 2003/04 replica shirts are now in stock and available for purchase by supporters and there was a steady stream of business at Huish Park on Wednesday when the green and white hooped shirts went on sale. Shirts are available in medium

  • Special offer on friendly tickets

    YEOVIL Town have announced that they will be selling a combined ticket for the three friendly games at Huish Park against Brentford on July 19, Preston North End on July 22 and Brighton on August 1 for supporters planning to attend all three matches.

  • Goals, goals, goals out on video - SOON!

    YEOVIL Town has announced that the club's end-of-season goals video is now being produced. The video will include almost every goal scored in Yeovil's epic championship winning season of 2002-03 along with footage from the celebrations at Doncaster Rovers

  • Park and ride scheme for supporters

    COUNCILLORS were this week being urged to support a plan that might help to ease the traffic and parking congestion around Yeovil Town's Huish Park stadium on match days - the introduction of a park and ride scheme. The newly-formed Football Liaison Committee

  • Major changes taking place at Huish Park

    OFFICIALS at Yeovil Town FC have unveiled a series of new plans in readiness for the start of the 2003-04 season. While manager Gary Johnson and his players have just returned to pre-season training this week, major changes have been taking place behind

  • Stick to the day job, lads!

    YEOVIL Town players warmed-up to the return of pre-season training by having a 'friendly' cricket match with North Perrott CC at the club's picturesque Willis Lane ground. And it proved, once and for all, that the Glovers are far better at football than

  • Captain Fantastic out for six weeks

    IT has been reported that Yeovil Town skipper Terry Skiverton will miss the first two games in the Football League. Skiverton has a broken ankle and is expected to receive surgery which will put him out of action for up to six weeks. Yeovil boss Gary

  • Nurses shaken in racial attack

    POLICE are treating an unprovoked attack on four off-duty nurses in Yeovil on Tuesday evening as racially motivated. The four nurses from Yeovil District Hospital were walking home to their staff accommodation when they were approached from behind by

  • Target beaten in A&E department appeal

    ACCIDENT and Emergency staff at Yeovil District Hospital are celebrating after exceeding their amazing £100,000 target for new equipment to help patients. They will be delighted to receive a cheque for the final amount from the Friends of Verrington Hospital